Governance icon

Governance

The St. Paul’s School Board of Trustees will exercise the highest standard of care in ensuring that the school operates in the best interest of its students, and with a view towards the long-term sustainability of St. Paul’s mission and goals.

It’s not enough to sit back and watch, we have to use our professional and personal skills and networks to help St. Paul’s get things done.

Elizabeth Robinson Vice-President of the Board of Trustees

Elizabeth Robinson Vice-President of the Board of Trustees

View Profile

Elizabeth Robinson Profile

“To me, there are three important aspects of being a St. Paul’s Trustee. We have to ensure that the School has the resources available to provide an excellent education. We have to provide accountability, tracking the School’s progress to make sure that the administration and Trustees are achieving the goals we have identified together as the most important. And finally, we need to roll up our sleeves and help do the work that’s needed to get us where we want to go. It’s not enough to sit back and watch, we have to use our professional and personal skills and networks to help St. Paul’s get things done.”

Elizabeth Robinson has served as a trustee since 2011, and is currently Vice-President of the Board, Chair of the Communications Committee and member of the Liaison Committee with SPSG. Professionally, Liz is as Vice President of Mobile Devices and Accessories at TESSCO Technologies. Her 16-year tenure includes 13 years in Sales and Business Development, focused on building programs and solutions for rapidly expanding wireless markets. A frequent contributor to wireless industry publications, Liz also serves as guest lecturer at Johns Hopkins University. She and her husband Hugh have two boys at St. Paul’s – Weld, a junior and Stuart, a 7th grader.

Governance Initiatives

  1. Initiative 1

    The Board will review its own structure and actively engage its responsibilities to accomplish St. Paul’s mission and goals.
  2. Initiative 2

    The Board will consult with and advise the headmaster in matters material to the overall experience at St. Paul’s School.
  1. Initiative 3

    The Board and administrators will embrace corporate, educational, and community partners to enhance operational efficiency, the learning environment and opportunities within all School programs and activities.